Speaker: Andey Amata

Sunday Service: Julia Ward Howe’s Mother’s Day as a Peace Day

Join us for our Sunday Service led by Lu Traina and Andey Amata, written by Susan Jhirad. Unitarian abolitionist, suffragist, and writer Julia Ward Howe wrote a Mother’s Day Peace Declaration after the carnage of the Civil War. On Mother’s Day, we will take time to celebrate her work and pray or meditate for peace. … Continue reading Sunday Service: Julia Ward Howe’s Mother’s Day as a Peace Day

Sunday Service

Join us for our Sunday Service led by Andey Amata, Michael Glenn, and Lourie August, which will examine our historic relationship to Native American people, building on responses to some of our book club’s readings by Native American authors. Before attending service in person please read our Covid Policy. Our service will be in-person in … Continue reading Sunday Service

Summer Sunday Service In-Person: Folk Song Singing

Join us for our summer Sunday Service where we will be singing folk songs outside on the lawn. Led by member Andey Amata. We will be gathering in-person – outside in the yard of the Osgood House (141 High Street) next to the church building.